The 2020 CoronaVirus Survival Guide

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Coronavirus’ has been around since the dawn of time (the most recent common ancestor dating back to 8000 BCE ), but it was only in the 1960’s that the first Coronaviruses were discovered.

They were first discovered in chickens as an infectious bronchitis virus and later in humans who displayed the symptoms of a common cold.

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The 2020 CoronaVirus Survival Guide

These human mutations were referred to as human Coronavirus 229E and human Coronavirus OC43…

The latest mutation, dubbed COVID-19, is a particularly nasty strain that has spread quicker and further than any past outbreak.

World Health Officials have linked this latest Coronavirus outbreak to a live animal and seafood food market called the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.

Based in Jianghan District, Wuhan, Hubei province, China.

This is the largest market of it’s kind in Central China and has around 1000 stalls spread over an area of roughly nine football fields.

Although the stalls mainly trade in seafood, a lot of the more exotic and illegal ‘bushmeat’ varieties are available.

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It’s wise to stay informed with the latest updates pertaining to the virus, information is always paramount so we can be fully armed with the knowledge geared to our survival.

We should always enhance our immune system the best we can with the herbs and vitamins that are available to us…

Because when it comes down to true defense, our God-given builtin protective mechanism will do its best to safeguard us to the fullest.

But we have to work with it by giving the ultimate support it needs to help us fight off bacteria and all manner of diseases such as the COVID-19 virus.

We should adhere to good hygiene always so as to prevent the spreading of infection.

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When coughing and sneezing we should cover our mouth and nose.

The washing and sanitizing of our hands should be habitual. 

It might be wise to keep a hawk-eye watch on our surroundings when in the public domain so as to detect anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness, such as coughing and sneezing so we can avoid coming into contact with them.

Now seeing as the Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning they are transmitted between animals and people, we should cook meat and eggs thoroughly to avoid contamination.

If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, you should seek medical attention immediately!

Respiratory viruses can be transmitted by shaking hands and touching your eyes nose and mouth, so we should avoid the customary handshake when greeting anyone we come into contact with.

A simple bow, nod, or wave when greeting should suffice, at least for now. 

Not everyone can cope effectively during a crisis, and so we all need the support of each other.

It’s quite normal to feel sad, scared, stressed or even angry during a crisis, but talking to people you love and trust, such as your family and friends can help significantly when feeling overwhelmed. 

Using harmful substances to deal with your emotions when overwhelmed is not the answer. 

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